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1. Citation: Harmsworth, S., Turpin, S., & the TQEF National Co-ordination Team (2000). Creating an effective dissemination strategy: An expanded interactive workbook for educational development projects. TQEF National Co-ordination Team, 1-33.
Title: Creating an effective dissemination strategy: An expanded interactive workbook for educational development projects
Author(s): Harmsworth, S.
Turpin, S
Year: 2001
Journal/Publication: TQEF National Co-ordination Team
Abstract: The Harmsworth and Turpin document is a step-by-step workbook for research teams to use in developing an effective plan for dissemination of their findings. The authors focus attention on what is to be disseminated, identification of the target populations, establishment of reasonable timeframes, and venue of dissemination. The authors note that effective dissemination involves the recipient to participate in the awareness, understanding or action dictated by the new knowledge. 

 

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http://www.innovations.ac.uk/btg/resources/publications/dissemination.pdf

Type of Item: Planning Instrument
Type of KT Strategy: Educational Outreach/Person to Person TA
Target Group: Administrator
Decision Maker
Educator
Researchers
Evidence Level: 2
Record Updated:2013-07-18
 

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